Almost a year after her first headline show in London, Greece’s Katerine Duska has released a new single. “Call Me Nyx” marks her first single since the release of “Sanctuary” back in March.
In her first release since the Spring, Katerina Duska has released a dark and anthemic track called “Call Me Nyx”. The song is accompanied by an equally brooding visual.
The song was co-written by Katerine and David Sneddon and ecoprodued by Anu Pilai and Daniel Hyde. Despite sharing a co-writer with “Better Love”, the sound is almost unrecognisable from the light and etherial style of her Eurovision entry.
You can watch the video below:
Listen to ‘Call me Nyx’
You are also able to listen to Katerine’s latest single via the following streaming platforms:
You also can stream the track alongside the latest singles from Eurovision and national final alum via our New Music Friday playlist:
Canadian born Katerine moved to Greece at the age of 16. She rose to stardom back in 2013 within the indie community with her cover of Arctic Monkey’s “Do I Wanna Know”, surpassing over 2 million views on YouTube. Following from this recognition, she released her first studio album Embodiment in December 2015.
Katerine represented Greece in Israel this year with her song “Better Love”. She made it to the final and finished 21st overall with 74 points.
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